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Samsung’s Harman Moves to New Headquarters in Israel

Samsung’s connected car and audio technology subsidiary Harman International Industries has relocated all of its Israeli assets to one location, a 46,000 square, three-story building in central Israeli city Hod HaSharon

CTech 14:4230.10.18
Samsung’s connected car and audio technology subsidiary Harman International Industries has relocated all of its Israeli assets to one location, a 46,000 square, three-story building in central Israeli city Hod HaSharon. Harman President and CEO Dinesh C. Paliwal inaugurated the new building on Monday.

 

Calcalist first reported Harman’s relocation intentions in May, stating the company leased the building for seven years and intends to carry out renovations prior to the move.

 

The new building will house teams hailing from three Israeli startups Harman acquired: driving app developer iOnRoad Ltd., acquired in 2013; mobile software management company Red Bend Software Inc., acquired in 2015; and automotive cybersecurity company TowerSec Inc., acquired in 2016. The new building will have a smart car lab, where technologies can be tested in “real-life conditions,” the company said.

 

According to Oren Betzaleli, Harman’s Israel country manager, the company is now looking to hire additional employees in the country.

 

Oren Betzaleli, Harman’s Israel country manager. Photo: Sivan Farag Oren Betzaleli, Harman’s Israel country manager. Photo: Sivan Farag

 

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